Prince Harry travelled 61,800 miles on public duties outside the UK this year, the furthest of the senior royals.
Destinations included Nepal, the Invictus Games in Florida and the Caribbean. Prince Edward did 61,400 miles, Prince Andrew 58,200 and Princess Anne 56,600. The Queen and Prince Philip had no public trips abroad.
Anne had most days on duty, 179 in the UK and abroad, Court Circular records showed.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge made high-profile trips to India and Canada in 2016, but William also made several solo visits. He ends the year having travelled approximately 43,700 miles, well ahead of his wife’s total of 23,600 miles.
Bottom of the list are the Prince of Wales (18,700 miles) and the Duchess of Cornwall (10,100 miles). The couple made two joint trips abroad this year, to the Balkans in March and the Middle East in November.
The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh had no public engagements outside the UK in 2016.
All figures have been compiled by the Press Association using the Court Circular.
Distances travelled by members of the Royal Family will vary from year to year as once a far-flung destination like New Zealand or the Caribbean has been visited, it may not receive a royal visitor for some period.
The monarch, who turned 90 in April, has cut down on her long-haul flights which have been under review in recent years by Buckingham Place aides.
The move has been seen as recognition of the Queen and Duke of Edinburgh’s advancing years, but senior members of the Royal Family have taken on the responsibility of travelling to distant countries.
For example, Harry’s recent trip to the Caribbean, which saw him tour seven nations in 15 days, was on behalf of his grandmother the Queen.